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TEN YEARS AGO Friday June 6, 2008

Woman survives adder attack

Warning after Saddell dog walk almost ends in tragedy.

A 60-year-old-woman was bitten by Britain’s only native poisonous snake, an adder, at Saddell while walking her dogs, and is warning others to be careful when walking in the woods.

She was walking her dogs at Saddell, last Tuesday morning and was heading down towards Saddell Castle when she thinks she was bitten but didn’t realise.

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